Kandinsky Bench & coat hanger

After learning about Kandinsky, the kids painted some bisque tiles and I tiled a bench. There were too many tiles, so I ended up making a hook board. Fun project. The prints that the kids made covered a complete wall when they were hung together! Good times.

“Chihuly” Chandelier

The staff colored lovely designs on 200 plates donated to us by the Chinet company. Then they were melted in a toaster oven. They're fixed on to a hanging planter with paperclips!

They left their “footprint” on the school!

Our principal had the nicest thing to say about this artwork. I was so proud of the work. The kids had patience with the process and that meant a lot! I was lucky enough to do a project with my daughters 6th grade class this year. Planning for the project started in September of 2011.... Continue Reading →

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